If you have picky kids, you’ve had the unfortunate experience of cooking something they won’t touch. So, of course, that meal is stuck in a pot that’s been pushed to the back of the fridge and forgotten for a couple of days. No? Just me?

Yikes.
Well then, I’m sure there’s been other situations where you ended up with old food stuck to your cookware and you just can’t seem to get it off. Yes? Yes! I win!
I’ve been in this situation quite a few times. I’m not gonna lie. I have picky kids so I’ve lost a few meals to the back of the fridge a number of times. I cringe when I find them and realize I’m the mom and will be doing the cleaning, so I looked into some methods of gunk-removal. This seemed the most promising and…actually works!
  • 1/4 cup of baking soda.
  • Enough hydrogen peroxide to form a paste.
This consistency worked fine for me but thicker will work even more wonders!
VIOLA! A perfect paste for scrubbing your cookware!
OOOOoooo! Shiny!
(a picture would usually go here but I’ve only so much time when the tot doesn’t take real naps! Next time. I pinky promise.)
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